Project Broad View

Winchmore Hill (previously Judd Street) Tigers updated records, comprehensive 2020 averages and career stats 2012-2020

Please find attached Tiger records and stats. Career records include all regular former Tigers, Winchmore Hill players, plus regular guests, but do not include 2020 debutants or one-off guest players. I hope I have not missed anyone.

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When Emile met Harry – the rule of 6(03)

Highgate CC Saturday 26 September 2020

WINCHMORE HILL TIGERS 141-1 beat RAILWAY TAVERNERS 138 all out by 9 wickets

The Tigers ended the season with a crushing victory over old rivals Railway Taverners in their final (and only away) fixture, chasing down 138 in just 14.3 overs, though the contest itself, played in cold, drizzly conditions, turned into something of a sideshow.

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The Rule of Fives

Sunday 20 September 2020

Paulin Ground, Winchmore Hill

WINCHMORE HILL TIGERS 196-9 lost to FIVES CC 199-3 by 7 wickets

The Tigers came down to earth with a bump after last week’s terrific win, losing to a strong Fives side that had won their previous four matches chasing down big scores, whilst losing only nine wickets in the process of scoring 651 runs, so it was no surprise the visitors elected to field first after winning the toss.

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The Rule of Six

20 September 2020 Paulin Ground

WINCHMORE HILL TIGERS 227-5 beat THE WHALERS 225-8 by 5 wickets

In one of the most exciting climaxes to a Tiger fixture ever, Mark Hodges (needing 3 from the final delivery of the match) bludgeoned the ball through mid-on to pull off what appeared to be a most unlikely victory a few minutes earlier.

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Sunday 6 September 2020 Paulin Ground, Winchmore Hill

WINCHMORE HILL TIGERS 231-7 beat GRACES CC 79 all out by 152 runs

There cannot have been more vibrant days at Winchmore Hill, with four teams playing, not to mention the ‘Lads v Dads’ contest in the morning and a total of 110 senior players being involved over the weekend.

Continue reading “Graceland”


Sunday August 30 2020   Paulin Ground, Winchmore Hill

WINCHMORE HILL TIGERS 145 all out lost to GENTLEMEN OF WEST LONDON 187-10 by 42 runs (12-a-side contest)

The Tigers went down to a second successive defeat, despite fielding one of their strongest ever batting line-ups, against what was easily the best side they have played in a long while, whose miserly bowling and fielding proved too much for the home side.

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Sunday 23 August 2020    Paulin Ground, Winchmore Hill

WINCHMORE HILL TIGERS 245-7 lost to MAYFIELD CC 290-5 by 45 runs

The Tigers’ recent good form deserted them as they succumbed to a 45-run defeat to local rivals Mayfield, allowing the visitors to rattle up a massive 290 in 40 overs. Continue reading “Mayfielday”

Tigers turn up the heat

Sunday 9 August 2020   Paulin Ground, Winchmore Hill

WINCHMORE HILL TIGERS 205 all out beat PLASTICS CC 139 all out by 66 runs

Another excellent performance from the rampant Tigers gave them their fourth victory in five outings since the lockdown, overcoming a strong Plastics side who had defeated them convincingly almost exactly twelve months ago, then chasing down 183 with eight wickets and nine overs to spare. Continue reading “Tigers turn up the heat”

Squeezing the brakes

Paulin Ground, Winchmore Hill    Sunday 2nd August 2020

WINCHMORE HILL TIGERS (1st XI) 174 all out beat ACME 117 all out by 57 runs

After the rain induced Superspreader event in the clubhouse last weekend it was back to abnormality on Sunday, as the top Tigers overcome powerful opponents in Acme, thanks to match-winning performances from Emile Nawagumuwa and Matt Webster. Continue reading “Squeezing the brakes”

Tigers in the rain

Sunday 26 July 2020   Paulin Ground, Winchmore Hill

WINCHMORE HILL TIGERS 187-4 beat HENDON CC 186-9 by 6 wickets

Unlike most cats, Tigers reputedly love the rain, though they will often jump into water backwards to avoid getting it in their eyes. Continue reading “Tigers in the rain”

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